First End-User Friendly Release of XBMC for Android now Available
The XBMC team is proud to announce that after months of hard work, they’ve finally put together and released a version of XBMC for Android that should be fully functional on pretty much any Android device.
Many improvements were made to make this release possible, including the implementation of an external video player in order to provide full hardware accelerated video decoding — something XBMC still doesn’t support.
For those of you unfamiliar with XBMC, it’s a free and open source media player application that allows users to play and view most videos, music, etc. from the internet, and all common digital media files from local and network storage media.
You may not see the point of having another media player, but having choices is always a good thing and XBMC is one of those choices worth looking at.
If you’re interested in XBMC for Android, hit up the source link below to get started.